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How might we reduce the amount of energy, fuel and resources it takes to feed us, while creating jobs and community in urban and rural areas and producing delicious food that's good for us and the planet? Size of plots available, scale of operation, degree of mechanisation required and the carbon intensity of distribution all likely to increase. It makes sense for the perishability of produce to decrease as you move fruther away from where it will be consumed. Soil type, climate, what grows best where and the available infrastructure also need to be taken into account. Growing Communities has a wider vision of what a sustainable, resilient food system might look like which encompasses our Key Principles while aiming to reduce the amount of oil and fossil fuels it takes to feed us.
It starts with the urban areas in which most of us live and moves outwards applying a kind of food subsidiarity. It’s based on human-scale, organic, mixed farms located in and around urban areas which are directly connected to the urban communities they feed and which enable those communities to source increasing amounts of food from close to where they live. Leaving food out too long at room temperature can cause bacteria (such as Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella Enteritidis, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and Campylobacter) to grow to dangerous levels that can cause illness.
Raw meat and poultry should always be cooked to a safe minimum internal temperature (see graphic). If you aren't going to serve hot food right away, it's important to keep it at 140 °F or above.
Foods should be reheated thoroughly to an internal temperature of 165 °F or until hot and steaming. I am a New Zealand registered nurse and nutritionist (Grad Cert Sci: nutrition, Massey Univ).
Apparently, if you’re cooking for a diabetic, no foods are to be avoided and you should give them plenty of starchy carbohydrates (potatoes, pasta etc) and vegetables.
I had hoped that nutritionists would have come to their senses about diabetes in the 10 years since I started ignoring them, but it seems dogma still holds sway. Diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2, essentially means the body is no longer able to handle glucose in the blood properly.
The body gets glucose from food, and some foods are turned into glucose by the digestive system much more rapidly than others. Given the fact that Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune disease, I recommend that if you have it you follow the paleo diet – Why? It is startling to me that Diabetes New Zealand are not even yet following recommendations of on of the most prestigious diabetes clinics recommend.
When I first started my own nutrition practice I exclusively taught the Zone diet, because this was the plan that radically changed my own health (I’ve since evolved to teaching paleo and lower carb principals). The decrease in each of the risk factors indicates the Zone Nutritional Program has significant potential in reducing the cardiovascular risk that is elevated in Type 2 diabetics.
The main result was that the blood sugar rise in response to carbohydrate intake was markedly lower after 12 weeks in the Paleolithic group (–26%), while it barely changed in the Mediterranean group (–7%).


The improved glucose tolerance in the Paleolithic group was unrelated to changes in weight or waist circumference, although waist decreased slightly more in that group. Low-carbohydrate diets, due to their potent antihyperglycemic effect, are an intuitively attractive approach to the management of obese patients with type 2 diabetes. Of the 23 patients who have used a low-carbohydrate diet and for whom we have long-term data, two have suffered a cardiovascular event while four of the six controls who never changed diet have suffered several cardiovascular events. Advice to obese patients with type 2 diabetes to follow a 20% carbohydrate diet with some caloric restriction has lasting effects on bodyweight and glycemic control. So it looks like what works best for type 2 diabetics who wish to control blood glucose and reverse the symptoms diabetes is a low – moderate carbohydrate, paleo eating plan. Other supplements are also useful; magnesium, chromium and alpha lipoic acid, and of course a very high nutrient, high anti-oxidant diet.
Yes, you are right, point taken, reversing the symptoms of type 2 diabetes is more accurate – text has been changed.
There are reasons that some people with diabetes are advised to avoid high protein food plans (such as Atkins). Also, I think that scare tactics are nasty, don’t work and, when what is being said is wrong, can be damaging. I have personally seen people reverse symptoms of type 2 diabetes and manage it in such a way as to show no measurements of diabetes. The Food Zones shows the amounts and types of food we could source from different areas (zones): it starts with the urban areas in which most of us live and moves outwards - raising what it is best to raise in each zone based on the factors shown, taking into account the principles outlined earlier. Pigs & chickens can be fitted into mixed farming systems where they can use waste and provide fertility. It shows what type of food could best come from where and is an initial attempt to illustrate what percentage of our food we need to source from different zones. Bacteria grow most rapidly in the range of temperatures between 40 °F and 140 °F, doubling in number in as little as 20 minutes. I am a Certified Zone Instructor, and have worked teaching Zone diet principles to hundreds of clients over the last 10 years. I went and had a look at Diabetes UK and their food recommendations for diabetics are horrifying. So it seems clear that nutritionists will be a big help to diabetics, because they can tell diabetics which kinds of foods will quickly raise blood glucose and should be avoided, right? Well, not if that diabetic is listening to professional nutritional advice, which actively warns them off the foods that won’t raise blood glucose rapidly and actively encourages them to scoff down the foods that will. It reduces the auto-immune reactions caused by agricultural foods; grains, legumes and dairy. In those days Sears recommendations were very paleo and meals usually ended up being lower carb than the 40% calories prescribed. All patients had increased blood sugar after carbohydrate intake (glucose intolerance), and most of them had overt diabetes type 2.


Hence, the research group concludes that something more than caloric intake and weight loss was responsible for the improved handling of dietary carbohydrate. Both groups received group meetings, nutritional supplementation, and an exercise recommendation. Both interventions led to improvements in hemoglobin A1c, fasting glucose, fasting insulin, and weight loss.
We previously reported that a 20% carbohydrate diet was significantly superior to a 55–60% carbohydrate diet with regard to bodyweight and glycemic control in 2 groups of obese diabetes patients observed closely over 6 months (intervention group, n = 16; controls, n = 15) and we reported maintenance of these gains after 22 months.
So it may have gone into remission, but the potential for it to come back would probably be a few bad meals away.
So many people are erroneously being given the message that biology is destiny when they can do something constructive about it e.g.
For this reason leftovers must be put in shallow containers for quick cooling and refrigerated at 40 °F or below within two hours. More recently after finding that eating Paleo food choices was the "icing on the cake" health wise, I have become a Paleo enthusiast and teacher.
If your blood has high glucose levels over the long term, you can look forward to blindness, impotence, kidney failure, amputated limbs and an early death, so the diabetic’s task is to keep those blood glucose levels down as close to normal as possible. It burns me up that these imbeciles are encouraging people to sabotage their chances of surviving diabetes. Why would professional nutritionists instruct diabetics to eat mostly foods that are going to turn them into broken-down pieces of shit?
The main difference between the groups was a much lower intake of grains and dairy products and a higher fruit intake in the Paleolithic group.
The risk of diabetes complications increase when BGs are elevated over long periods of time. I have also heard others like yourself say that they can manage their T1 diabetes with a controlled amount of carbs (carb counting) and careful insulin dosage. Patients in the Paleolithic group were recommended to eat lean meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, root vegetables and nuts, and to avoid grains, dairy foods and salt. In my opinion, the best information for people with T1 diabetes is to learn to carb count, dose insulin accordingly and eat from a wide variety of foods. Of the sixteen patients, five have retained or reduced bodyweight since the 22 month point and all but one have lower weight at 44 months than at start. I have in all seriousness been given medical advice that I should eat a high-carb diet that will wreck my blood sugar control because low-carb diets involve lots of fat, and diabetics have an increased risk of heart attack.



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